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Men's Hooded Phantom™ Jacket

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OM5728

Summary

Our warmest lightweight down jacket with Q.Shield™ Down. 850-fill Q.Shield™ Down resists moisture and retains critical loft even in damp conditions for consistent, dependable warmth. Cut to minimize bulk and compressible enough to stuff in its own pocket for easy packing.
$244.90 $350.00
Style# 1522131
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Features & Specs

  • Weight: - 1 lb. 1 oz. / 481 g. -
  • Fit: - True to Size -
  • Good For: - Alpine Climbing -

Summary

Our warmest lightweight down jacket with Q.Shield™ Down. 850-fill Q.Shield™ Down resists moisture and retains critical loft even in damp conditions for consistent, dependable warmth. Cut to minimize bulk and compressible enough to stuff in its own pocket for easy packing.

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Materials

  • Body Fabric: 20D Ripstop
  • Body Fabric Content: 100% nylon
  • Insulation: Q.Shield™ Down 850-Fill

Measurements

Center Back Length: 28 " / 71 cm
  • Apparel Fit: Active
  • Weight: 1 lb. 1 oz. / 481 g.

    Details

  • Q.Shield™ down protects individual down fibers from moisture so they keep you warm even when wet
  • Two front handwarmer pockets
  • Low profile, insulated hood
  • Dual hem drawcords seal in warmth
  • Jacket stows in pocket

Reviews

Men's Hooded Phantom™ Jacket 4.8 5 6 6
Toasty, light, and very blue When you pull this jacket out of the box your first impression is likely to be "man this is impossibly lightweight- no way can it be built to last". Ok, maybe that will not be your first impression, but it was mine. I held off writing a review until I felt that I had put the jacket through its paces and now I have. This jacket is crazy light and it is crazy warm. There is plenty of 850 fill and the cut of the jacket is just long enough to cover below the waist although it is not parka length. The hood is warm, easy to articulate, and fits over a climbing helmet nicely. I have had no trouble with the elastic cuffs and they do not bind going on or off my shell during breaks while climbing. It stuffs down to nothing and makes it easy to pack on any cold weather trip. I use mine mountaineering, winter ski/snowshoe camping and when I am timing on the local ski course. I have had it in sub-zero cold (-17) and along with my Densa Jacket and a hat I was warm. In the wind and in the snow the Dry Q has kept the moisture off the fill so I have had no worry about damp down. I confess that the fabric is so light that I do take some caution in packing it and unpacking it but after a year and a half of wear I have sustained no damage so maybe I am being overly cautious. I am 5'11'' and 195 lbs and I use the large. The fit is a little loose but it is perfect over a shell or a fleece. I wish it had two interior mesh 32 oz bottle pockets but one is better than none. I am very pleased with this purchase. May 30, 2014
Nice Jacket This is a very nice jacket however it is missing a few of the features found on some of the other mountain hardware jackets. The sleeves do not have a Velcro adjustment and I can see over time the elastic wearing out. The sleeves seem to tight or snug and wearing a fleece underneath makes the jacket uncomfortable. February 19, 2014
Lots of warmth I have been very pleased with my purchase. I am 5'7" and 160lbs with an athletic build, and the jacket fits me well. I got the jacket in blue, and it is slightly darker (more of a royal blue) than what is pictured above, but that might be due to the particular dye lot. I like the color I have. The jacket is warm. Not only does it have 850 fill, there is a lot of it in the jacket. Accordingly, it is a little more puffy than other jackets. I also looked at the MB Alpine Light, which was slightly lighter, but it also appeared to have less down and is 800 fill instead of the 850 in the Phantom. I wore the jacket in mid single digits and my torso was plenty warm. I did notice some wind penetration in the arms, but nothing too problematic. When the temperature dropped below 0 F, I wore it under an outer layer. It fit under the outer layer with no problems, and I was comfortable. I also like the insulated hood. The zipper does seem a little flimsy, but I haven't had any problems with it. All and all, I am happy with the jacket. January 30, 2014
Great Jacket Haven't had a chance to test it out but it seems like might not be warm enough only from how light weight it is. Although that's just from trying it on for a minute. But If it is as light as it is and warm as they say it is, it'll be perfect. November 29, 2013
Backpacking Insurance This is a light-weight down jacket, first and foremost. It's not a parka, you won't be trekking the arctic circle with it. But you will feel safe in the knowledge that if the thermometer dips to the single digits, you're covered. When you're up in the mountains for a few days all by your lonesome, you need that insurance. It's light at just over a pound but not as light as the Ghost Whisperer at 8 oz. It also has an insulated hood, which I like. It packs down to nothing, easy to stow in your pack. The zipper works well, no sticking points. This jacket is part of my layering system, indeed, the layer I use the least. I usually wear a shell over top of it (gotta protect it from thorns, etc.). I bought a large, I'm 5'11" 175 lbs and it fits just fine. In fact, the sleeves may be a tad too long. But that's fine with me. I really like the jacket, I scoped it out on sale and grabbed it last winter, I definitely recommend it. November 15, 2013
thank you, for asking. i really don't know much about the jacket yet, we just started fall in ct. i am however very excited. the torso part fits perfect, my arms are a little too long, but maybe is supposed to be that way. i saw the jacket in a show on tv, and when i went to the website the phantom is the one i liked. i have a question the jacket does not seem that thick, and we have had some very cold winters the past two years, will i be able to wear this jacket in the coldest of weathers??? September 25, 2013
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